Proposal to Immediately Revitalize San Francisco’s Pier 38 PickedDecember 12, 2013
While it hasn’t been announced, TMG’s proposal for the redevelopment of San Francisco’s Pier 38 has beaten out the competing proposal from San Francisco Waterfront Partners according to a plugged-in tipster.
TMG’s proposal emphasized the speed of redevelopment with a plan for the “immediate revitalization of the Pier 38 Bulkhead with a mix of public, office, and maritime uses.” The Waterfront Partners’ proposal included a tech co-working facility on the second floor of the building at the front of the pier and a beer garden facing the new Brannan Street Wharf.
The Pier 38 buildings have been red tagged as unsafe for occupancy since 2011 when serving as office space for a number of startups and a couple of venture capital firms. The Port’s pick of a plan to quickly re-tenant the front part of the pier shouldn’t catch any plugged-in people by surprise.
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Let’s get this done!
UPDATE: New plans for Pier 38, the redevelopment of which has yet to progress, could bring self-driving truck tech to San Francisco’s Central Waterfront.
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